Nasobek (international nonproprietary name - beclomethasone) is a derivative of adrenal hormones, that is, in other words, it is a glucocorticosteroid. The very name of this drug can tell you about the area of ​​its use: the treatment of the common cold by intranasal injections.  Spray Nasobek

Product form

Nasobek available as a metered spray injection into the nasal passages. The content of beclomethasone per dose of 50 micrograms. Equipped with a plastic applicator bottle for 200 doses of the drug. Secondary packaging Nasobeka a cardboard box.

Nasobek produced by two pharmaceutical companies: "Ayveks Pharmaceuticals" (Czech Republic) and "Teva" (Israel). However, according to the State Register of medicinal products from the Czech manufacturer validity of the registration certificate for Nasobek expired in 2011, so that the Israelites are today the only supplier of this drug in our pharmacy.

Analogs Nasobeka

Person who is not familiar with a cold can without exaggeration be called unique. This misfortune suffered (or suffering) almost every, often several times a year. Therefore Nasobek and analogues are always popular, at least until the medicine does not come up with something more effective.

The assortment of unique Nasobeka available on the Russian pharmaceutical market, represented by the following medications:

  • Rinoklenil, Maple (Italy);
  • Beklazon Eco, Beklospir (Russia);
  • Bekotid (France);
  • Aldetsin (France);
  • Beklat (India);
  • Beklorin (Spain).

Pharmacological action

As a glucocorticosteroid, Nasobek has an effect in three directions, which, however, in some ways intersect. It has anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic effect, and suppresses the immune system.

Judging by the reviews, Nasobek generally well tolerated even with prolonged use, because systemic effect virtually no: it does not affect the water and electrolyte metabolism (mineralocorticoid component) and is not absorbed into the bloodstream.

What distinguishes Nasobek notorious vasoconstrictor drops from the common cold, so it is somewhat delay the onset of clinical effect, which develops a few days after the first injection.

Indications Nasobeka

According to the instructions Nasobeku and reviews about it, this drug is used for:

  • seasonal and daily rhinitis (rhinitis), allergic origin;
  • neuroreflex rhinitis associated with the violation of a response to external stimuli (strong smell, cool air) - the so-called vasomotor rhinitis.

Regulations on the use of Nasobeku

Before applying for Nasobeka instructions must be clear nasal passages of mucus. A single dose of 50 ug or one injection into each nostril from 2 up to 4 times per day.

As for the use of the drug in the instructions to the Nasobeku to invest in the secondary packaging is quite detailed and even illustrated. The first step is to remove the plastic strip between the cap and the bottle nasal applicator. The vial is taken so that the thumb is on its bottom, and middle and index covers the lower part of the applicator. When a new bottle or drug is not used for more than a week, should produce a "dummy" injection into the open space. Then, exhale, you must hold one nostril with your finger, and the second to enter the applicator and inspiratory produce pressing it. Similar actions and generate for the second nostril.


According to the reviews of Nasobeke accumulated at the stage of clinical trials of the drug, contraindications for its reception it is:

  • hypersensitivity to the active or one of the excipients of the formulation;
  • Children under 6 years of age;
  • hemorrhagic diathesis (excessive bleeding, usually - hereditary);
  • frequent nosebleeds;
  • tuberculosis;
  • viral and fungal infections;
  • first trimester (for reference: it is the first 13 weeks in anticipation of the child).

There are a number of indications for which Nasobek should be used under close medical supervision:

  • amebiasis (protozoal infections associated with amoebic invasion of the large intestine);
  • glaucoma;
  • hepatic failure in severe stage;
  • post-infarction condition;
  • ulcerative erosive lesions of the nasal septum;
  • recent surgery in the nasal cavity or mechanical trauma of the nose;
  • Two final trimester of pregnancy and breastfeeding.  Rinoklenil - similar Nasobeka

Side effects Nasobeka

Note that if you do not abuse the drug, the side effects occur infrequently.

The consumer reviews on Nasobeke notes the following potential adverse events associated receiving this drug:

  • irritation of the mucous membranes of the nose, burning, ptarmic reflex;
  • drying of the nasal mucosa;
  • allergic rash, including hives;
  • fungal lesions of the nasal cavity;
  • headache;
  • profuse nasal discharge liquid mucus.

A few words about Nasobekom overdose. It is possible in the event of a prolonged treatment with this drug or in patients receiving other glucocorticoids, have a generalized effect. In such situations, it is developing a symptom that in the medical literature is called Cushing's syndrome. Here are some of its symptoms: weakness, high blood pressure, body weight gain, sleep disorder. There are also more serious symptoms, but they tend to be associated with pathological hypercortisolism not have time to develop in its version of the drug (unless, of course, to take timely and appropriate action was to repeal Nasobeka).


Vulnerabilities, which can be affected by incorrect use of the nasal spray Nasobek are the eyes which should be protected from the ingress of drug.

Nasobek and analogues are released from pharmacies by prescription population.

Instructions for storage Nasobeku

Bottle Nasobekom should be stored at room temperature. Shelf-life of the drug on the package - 4 years. Finally - an important clarification: if the bottle has already opened, it must be used within three months, after which the drug is to be disposed.